Bryn Jones has been teaching health and physical education programs within child care centres, schools, community and educational groups for the past 10 years.
He is passionate about the educational and developmental outcomes of children at an early age. He has extensive experience implementing educational programs for Not for Profit, Educational and Sporting bodies, such as Uniting Care, Gold Coast & Brisbane City Council, Queensland Cricket, National Rugby League, Catholic Education, Distance Education and C&K. Bryn is ardently focussed on improving the interactions between parents and educators, as they play such a significant role in the lives of our children and our nation’s future.
Bryn operates Smallsports Education Australia, a health and physical education company operating in centres across South East Queensland. There are also over 25 community based programs running across the Gold Coast under Uniting Care, The Benevolent Society and the Gold Coast City Council’s Active and Healthy Program. The program reaches between 600-1000 children and parents each week.
As the visionary behind JourneyTree, Bryn, with 3 young children and working in the early years sector, recognised the significant time inefficiencies and communication restraints of the child care industry and the lack of quality parental value adds.